Paige caught the filmmaking bug early on in her career when she picked up her dad's clunky video recorder and started making "fake news reports" from her Baltimore living room (she was also the pioneer of fake news, but no need to talk about that).
The quest for great stories sent Paige on a journey around the world her sophomore year of college, to a small town in Japan the year after graduating, and finally to New York City to pursue a career on stage.
Paige quit her restaurant job and started making videos as a way to pay for her stupidly expensive 4th floor walkup apartment. It wasn't long before she said "farewell" to her acting career and "hello" to a future of video creation and entrepreneurship. The thing Paige loves most in the world is building community and connections among great people.
Mary Rhymer, Creative Director
Give Mary a pile of garbage and she'll turn it into a masterpiece (but please don't give her a pile of garbage).
Mary has been editing videos since she was twelve years old. She quickly made the transition from her beloved Windows Movie Maker to iMovie to Final Cut to Premiere Pro, and she's picked up some animation skills along the way.
Mary is a true genius at understanding a creative vision and translating it seamlessly into video.
Editor by day, filmmaker and trivia enthusiast by night (and weekends), Mary is, quite literally, dedicated to the craft of storytelling. And she'll never turn down an offer for free food.
Maria Rojas, Project Manager
Born and raised in Brooklyn, with a touch of Boston accenting her creative path, Maria has traveled from city to city expanding her inventory of stories and experiences.
With an itch for creating and storytelling, she has worked for inspiring women who navigate between fashion and tech design. Professionally she works on copywriting, web and graphic design, as well as client relations. And as a self-proclaimed aspiring Renaissance (wo)man, she enjoys reading, philosophizing, hip hop culture, drawing and creating.
Her ultimate goal is to create relatable experiences through design and wordplay that will withstand the test of time.
Dan Cangelosi, Videographer
Dan is a true lighting and camera guru, and when he's in "the zone" don't even try to get in his way (as with any true artist). His obsession with making every image beautiful has given him the opportunity to create content for Thrillist, Huffington Post, and iHeart Media. In fact, you've probably seen one or two of his viral videos.
When he's not behind the camera, he's busy playing guitar or beating his roommates at board games (cause he's nerdy like that).
For Dan, the best part of filmmaking is getting to capture the unexpected moments, those genuine times that give an honest glimpse into humanity.
Kristina Teschner, Editing Assistant
Kristina Teschner is a director, producer and actor and passionate about creating and amplifying accurate and abundant media representation for female-identifying people and the LGBTQ community. She’s a big fan of happy hour and the #femalegaze.
Mary Glen Fredrick (MG), Video Editor
MG is from Kansas City, spent the last three years in San Diego, and recently started calling New York home.
She has an MFA in Acting, and likes doing that and video editing an awful lot. For fun she dances and goes camping and watches RuPaul’s Drag Race, henny.
Music videos are her jam, but she likes editing all of the things. She seriously digs the entire creative process, especially when it’s collaborative; she loves making beautiful work with beautiful souls.
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